The seasons are changing and we are headed to fall. The signs are all around the cardinal flowers are in full bloom along the river banks, red leaves here and there along the roads and a few flame red maples in the swamps.
The fish have been feeling the same change for a week or so bigger bass are feeding pretty actively in the freshwater and I would say that the stripers have left the Saint George for the year. The little alewives have started the head down the river just in time to feed those bass.
September will soon be here with the perfect weather to get out and enjoy the Maine Outdoors. I hope that you take advantage of it!
|In this issue|
|News Feature on Learning to Fly Fish|
|How I spent my Birthday|
|Checking availibilty and making reservations|
|News Feature on Learning to Fly fish|
How I spent my Birthday
As luck would have it my birthday falls in the middle of the busiest part of my summer season. Most years I spend the day guiding and hope to get out to supper in the evening. This year was no different I spent the day guiding and here is the report.
Checking availability and making reservations
This year there are some changes on www.maineoutdoors.biz that make it easy to check availability for the trip of your choice and make a reservation. If you are thinking about a date you can check the availability calendar.
From any of the trip pages you can click on the make a reservation link and Time Trade will show you the slots available for the trip that you are interested in. From there the process for making a reservation is pretty straightforward. As always I will be in touch to confirm the details and make any additional arrangements.
Of course you can still call Maine Outdoors at (207) 785-4496 and make a reservation the old low tech way. No matter how you choose to make the arrangements I am looking forward to seeing each of you this summer.